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Friday May 3, 2019. 07:27 PM
“If you buy the 2019 iMac, should you order the optional Radeon Pro Vega 48 GPU?” Rob Morgan reports for Bare Feats. “Or is the standard Radeon Pro 580X good enough?” The benchmark combatants: • iMac i9 + Vega 48 = 2019 iMac 27-inch, 3.6GHz 8-core Intel Core i9 processor,...
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“Last week, I looked at quarantine flags on documents, and wondered what their true purpose was. I think I’ve found it: they can stop you from opening documents, even those which are known to be free of malware and have never been near the Internet,” Howard Oakley writes...
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“Adobe could be looking to kill off its $10-a-month Photography plan, currently the cheapest Creative Cloud subscription, which gives users access to Photoshop and Lightroom with 20GB of cloud storage,” Liam Tung reports for ZDNet. “For now Adobe is just testing removing the...
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“Apple’s quarterly financial conference calls are always an opportunity to peer into the minds of a company that is famously tight-lipped about its intentions,” Dan Moren writes for Macworld. “And while most attempts to suss out future plans from the Cupertino-based...
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“Berkshire Hathaway is sticking with its sizable Apple stake, Warren Buffett said,” Yun Li reports for CNBC. “‘We haven’t changed our [Apple] holdings,’ Buffett told CNBC’s Becky Quick on Thursday, on the eve of the kickoff of Berkshire Hathaway’s annual shareholder...
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“After reading the Q2 earnings transcript, I am going to make another bold projection that AAPL takes out their previous highs of $233.47 per share and surpasses the $300 mark by this time next year,” Steven Fiorillo writes for Seeking Alpha. “AAPL is no longer just a phone...
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“Airbnb’s offshoot design studio Samara has hired Apple industrial designer Miklu Silvanto to join the company’s housebuilding initiative,” Eleanor Gibson reports for de zeen. “Silvanto will move from Apple’s industrial design department to lead the industrial and...
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“Recent departures from Apple’s Industrial Design group mean that no one remains from the original group that began to turn around Apple’s fortunes,” William Gallagher reports for AppleInsider. “And, only two members who joined a year later are still with Apple — although...
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“Mac fans hoping for new hardware this year have been given one possible explanation for the delay, and some hope that 2019 will see some updates,” Ewan Spence writes for Forbes. “Tucked into the notes from Tim Cook and Luca Maestri that were included with Apple’s...
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“The upcoming new iPhone 11R — if that’s what Apple ends up calling it — will undoubtedly be the company’s top-selling new iPhone model following its release in September,” Zach Epstein writes for BGR. “The iPhone line has gotten so expensive that people will happily...
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“A right to repair bill that would have forced manufacturers selling electronic devices and other consumer products in Ontario to provide consumers and small businesses with the tools and knowledge to repair brand-name gadgets is officially dead,” Jordan Pearson reports for...
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“Adobe has made a notable change to its Creative Cloud subscription plans,” Michael Potuck reports for 9to5Mac. “The $10/month Photography offering that was a popular way to get access to Photoshop and Lightroom has just doubled in price. Meanwhile, Lightroom on its own is...
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Thursday May 2, 2019. 11:00 PM
“In January, health insurance company Aetna announced a new ‘Attain’ wellness initiative relying on the power of the Apple Watch,” Chance Miller reports for 9to5Mac. “That program has officially launched to customers this week, allowing them to earn real world rewards –...
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“Smart home devices are ‘creepy’ according to the majority of people who own them, based on an Ipsos MORI poll,” Ben Lovejoy reports for 9to5Mac. “Two-thirds of US owners of smart home gadgets bought them despite this feeling.” “The take-away appears to be that consumers...
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“After Apple, its contract manufacturers and Qualcomm settled their antitrust and [contract] dispute at the beginning of a trial in San Diego (Southern District of California) two weeks ago, both parties declined to disclose any financial terms,” Florian Mueller writes for...
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“It’s been hugely hyped and roundly criticized, but after more than a month’s intensive use, Apple News+ has proved to have very specific good and bad features,” William Gallagher writes for AppleInsider. “Before you sign up, or before you cancel, here’s a true Pro/Con list...
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Global smartwatch shipments grew a healthy rate of 48% year-on-year (YoY) in Q1 2019 driven by Apple, Samsung, Fitbit, and Huawei, according to the latest research from Counterpoint’s Global Smartwatch Tracker. “Apple Watch shipments grew a solid 49% YoY,” Counterpoint...
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Simon Helyar writes for Medium of a theoretical meeting between Apple CEO Tim Cook and Apple intern. Cook asks for the intern’s honest answer to his question, “Tell me, what’s wrong with Apple?” The intern complies: Ok… well… Having a banner advert on the Apple homepage...
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Reddit user “u/cil3x,” who says they’ve worked as Apple Authorized Service Provider Technician for the last 3 years, has posted about the ongoing saga of Apple’s MacBook Pro keyboard failures. “Today we will be tearing down a MacBook Pro keyboard to try and figure out some...
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“Back on January 2nd, Apple negatively pre-announced its earnings results for the first quarter of fiscal year 2019, as iPhone sales — particularly in the Greater China region — fell substantially short of expectations and saw a year-over-year sales decline,” Ashraf Eassa...
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